Village in Italy Given Back Its Original Slovene Name
Trieste, 5 July - A village near the Italian city of Trieste has been given back its original Slovene name, thus becoming Dolina after bearing the name of San Dorligo della Valle - Dolina since 1920s. The decision to that effect was taken by the Dolina city council on Wednesday, with only one councilor voting against. The village is situated in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, a region largely populated by members of the Slovene ethnic minority.
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